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08/15/2017 -

To learn more about the upcoming inauguration of Martha E. Pollack as Cornell’s 14th president, see the inauguration website and the Cornell Chronicle article...

08/15/2017 -

Pawprint will begin its 2017-18 biweekly schedule Aug. 25.

The full fall publication schedule, with deadlines for article submissions indicated in parentheses, is as follows:

Aug. 25 (deadline, Aug. 18)
Sept. 8 (Sept. 1)
Sept. 22 (...

07/20/2017 -
This article originally appeared on the Cornell Law School web pages...
07/20/2017 -

Tech Training Spotlight 

A two-hour hands-on training session on “Skype for Business and Zoom Basics” is intended to give participants an overview of the Skype for Business and Zoom communication tools. At the end of the session, participants will be able to evaluate when to use...

07/20/2017 -

Head fencing coach Daria Schneider – five time U.S. National Team member and the second youngest head fencing coach in the nation –just finished her first year and is now expecting to start a family. Learn more about her.

07/20/2017 -

More than 500 staff attended the annual Staff Development Day, July 12, in the Clark atrium, gathering information from 35 resource vendors from Cornell and the region. Many also participated in one or more of the 36 workshops offered and in the resume critiquing/mock interviews conducted by Career Services...

07/20/2017 -

Free summer events continue at Cornell through August 4 and downtown at the Bernie Milton Pavilion, Ithaca Commons.

Cornell summer events

Cornell’s free summer events series, which runs to August 4, is sponsored by the School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions and...

07/20/2017 -

Cornell staff, faculty and Ithaca community members are invited to serve as host families through Home Plate, a program started in 2015 by Cornell Student Assembly’s City and Local Affairs Committee.

Home...

07/19/2017 -

The upcoming outdoor production of Lerner and Loewe’s “Camelot,” August 3-6, 7 p.m., at the CRS Barn Studio, features a number of Cornell staff, faculty, students and alumni, including director Steven Stull, visiting lecturer in the Department of Music, as Arthur; Bill Cowdery, public services assistant in...

07/19/2017 -

Most adults gain about one pound per year.

But David A. Levitsky, Weiss Presidential Fellow and professor of nutrition and psychology, is conducting a two-year self-weighing study to prevent or slow age-related weight gain. The rate that a person ages 20-50 gains weight will determine that person...

07/19/2017 -

Cornell University's Summer College for High School Students invites area high school students, their families, teachers and guidance counselors to the Summertime College Fair. This free event will be held July 24, 4-6 p.m., in the Statler Ballroom in Statler Hall.

Admissions officers from more than...

07/19/2017 -

Cornell Botanic Gardens invites its members to a special herb-themed cocktail party, July 27, 5 -7 p.m. New members are welcomed.

The evening will feature drinks and savory hors d’oeuvres made with fresh herbal ingredients. Guests will mingle among six stations, where they will enjoy small cocktails...

07/19/2017 -

Housing remains a challenge in upstate New York college towns, large and small. Cornell University’s Offices of State and Community Relations hosted a regional conference on housing with 14 private colleges and universities and Commission of Independent Colleges and Universities’ (CICU) President Mary...

07/19/2017 -

On a spring day in 2016, Owego third-grader Emily Bidwell came home from school with a mission: to get her plant-savvy family to dedicate their vegetable garden to mitigating childhood hunger in Tioga County. Emily looked to her mom, Missy Bidwell, to get the project off the ground. Missy, a 17-year Cornell...

07/19/2017 -

Volunteers are needed for Cornell opening day, Aug. 18, when almost 4,000 new undergraduate students and their families will arrive on campus. Volunteers are needed to help direct new students and their families in and around Barton Hall for New Student Check-In, where students will pick up their Cornell ID...

07/19/2017 -

The fourth annual BEAR (Being Engaged and Responsible) Walk through the Collegetown and Belle Sherman neighborhoods will be held Aug. 17 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., starting at St. Luke’s Fellowship Hall, 109 Oak Ave. (right behind Collegetown Bagels). New this year: The walk will begin with...

07/17/2017 -

Cornell faculty, staff and students prefer modifying the current academic calendar to lengthen the summer break and reduce the number of days in January before classes begin, but not moving Commencement to an earlier date.

This finding and others related to revising Cornell’s academic calendar are...

07/17/2017 -

Now in its 11th year, the Cornell Elves Backpack Program is accepting new backpacks and supplies for the local area’s neediest children through Aug. 24.

By providing children in need with new backpacks and supplies, the program helps them enjoy...

07/17/2017 -

PHOTO GALLERY

The line was out the door for a sweet treat on a hot summer afternoon as the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) celebrated Summer Scoop on June 23. More than 1,000 visitors came to...

07/17/2017 -

PHOTO GALLERY

More than 380 staff were honored by Cornell President Martha E. Pollack and Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer Mary Opperman at the 62nd annual Service Recognition Dinner June...

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